An action plan is being created for Belize in regards to climate change, and the way it can affect the country.  The video explains a little about the process of getting the NCRIP.

 

"A 'climate resilient Belize' is the new mantra for the future investment plan being spearheaded by the Government of Belize and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development in Belmopan.  The National Climate Resilient Investment Plan (NCRIP) is the first time that all sectors, ministries, communities, and businesses have joined together to initiate a plan to help Belize adapt to current and future climate impacts, including severe flooding that routinely affect its citizens and paralyze its economy.  The NCRIP is expected to be presented in November 2013, with Technical support is provided by the World Bank, Latin America and the Caribbean region and financial support from the EU-funded ACP-EU Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Program managed by the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR)."


Via Best of Cayo